A Bowling ball has more inertia than a tennis ball but tennis probably has more inertia than a bowling ball.
That would depend on how fast each was moving. However given that they are moving at the same speed, then a bowling ball has more mass than a tennis ball and would therefore have more inertial energy.
Most likely the bowling ball. According to the laws of physics, an object with more inertia accelerates slower but is harder to stop. The bowling ball accelerates slowly but has a high mass. The beach ball accelerates quickly but has a low mass. So the bowling ball has more inertia.
Inertia is an object's tendency to remain unchanged. Mass is one of the factors that determines an object's inertia. Obviously, a bowling ball is much heavier than a basketball, therefore harder to move by an external force.
Most likely the bowling ball. According to the laws of physics, an object with more inertia accelerates slower but is harder to stop. The bowling ball accelerates ...
the table tennis ball
A bowling ball
bowling ball has the greatest mass
The inertia of an object is dependent on its mass. A bowling ball has a greater mass than a baseball so a greater force must be applied to a bowling ball than would be applied to a baseball to make them both roll at the same speed.
The one with the greatest mass has the greatest inertia. So, it will be the bowling ball.
Inertia is the resistance of motion of an object. The more inertia, the harder it is to move something. The less inertia, the easier it is to move. Take a bowling ball and a marble. The marble can be flicked by the finger, because it has less inertia. The bowling ball takes the entire hand because it has more inertia than the marble. According to Newton's laws, an object that is moving tends to continue in motion. A moving object has inertia as it has Mass and Velocity. An object that is not moving requires a Force exerted on the Mass to start it moving.
Since the lightest tenpin bowling ball is currently 6 pounds and a table tennis ball is not even an ounce, the tenpin bowling ball is heavier.
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No, a bowling ball (or any other object) has exactly the same inertial mass no matter where it is (its actual inertia will, of course, depend upon its velocity as well as its inertial mass). Weight changes on the moon, but inertia doesn't.
An object whose mass is small has less inertia than an object whose mass is large does. So basically since a volleyball has a small mass it takes less force than it would take a bowling ball because the bowling ball is heavier and needs more force to go the same distance.
Inertia and gravity cause a bowling ball to stop on earth.
Inertia is based on mass. The most massive of the four items is the bowling ball.
if you said bowling ball you r correct
While a bowling ball is completely filled on the inside save the finger holes, a tennis ball's interior is completely hollow, and is also much smaller than a bowling ball. A bowling ball has more matter.
A bowling ball is heavier than a tennis ball for a number of reasons. Two of which should be obvious: The bowling ball is bigger and therefore weighs more for it has more mass. And the bowling ball is made of a denser material and is solid. A tennis ball is made out of rubber and is hollow and filled with air.
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